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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

H861 i m SECTION TWO Special Reunion Number, Complimentary to the U. C. V. PAGES 9 to 16 1914 VOL. 1, NO. 111. ' TaVI I Weekly, EHlafcllBkf* I860; Dally, Jan.IS, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1914. I*. PRICE FIVE! CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM IIn paying out money for anything-whether it be insurance or shoes--our fjost question is: "Am I getting value received?" For a quarter of a century, The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company has been giving the people of South Carolina the very highest quality of Life insurance in return for the premiums paid. Our policy holders have attested their satisfaction in such substantial ways that the Company's busi ness in this State has increased year by year, until on January 1st, 1914, it amounted to $17,276,440.00. / But that is not all. In addition tp the targe sums paid policy holders last . year, and the liberal loans which ave always available on policies, the Com pany has loaned in the last two dr three years a very considerable ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

1 iTpHE greatest public gathering in the spacious hall would be a flat affair without music. The family ? JF M gatherings in the homes are always better, with a kindlier f???ing af ?elf?W?fri& wH??r? ffiUi?? 3T *M Hf binds the hearts of all present into a closer relationship. . P I |^P* LESTER PLAYER-PIANOS ~ | I?re tlie id?al instruments for home music. They enable any member of the faiiiily tb pflly witti individual IjMhg ?rid ?Xpi^s sion all kinds of music. Opera, Rag Time, the latest popular airs or the old time songs we all love so W MWBHW h well. It is not a selfish pleasure, but something ALL can enjoy. The construction is simple strong and sf durable. We wiR gladly demonstrate this marvelous instrument. Step in and let us show you how easy ^^^B^^Bh % ? sweet, rich, mellow tone has earned tbc highest praise of the best musicians. Its durability ls one of the wonders of modern Plano making, lt lasts BOA ?f ? ' 3K a lifetime. . mw*B?5Lamu& V & Willis & Spearman ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

i i 1 Thc fart Is that this sea] of the best te have yoi tended te. I? springtime one ls at physical best. The weat| harsh or debillatlng. It'i tbjie of the year te haj yoor teeta ia first class Step In now and hare a| atlon made. P5L Why risk your rall aegleetlng te haye to by a competent den tl If yea kare a nagging teeth er the slightest ?of receding gaau (Biggfl coate In at once ?adj tefl fal, prompt attention all able pricer ? -_ T?^GRAV^Or| . ifeaui jiffifO ?..;.?. (By Winjan! . .<3ta*-*?toir la -not oajy a city -ot) memories^ bu^a^Ity.o.tmonumenta aa; ,W!''-*:'.-?PaV F!e*t ,t?-?ttteT : ami. Fort 'SS 5?wT valof >Bflt^t?? monuments ne*** andxtbese aealr to. bsmd. down ta ike Attar*, generation* tin? names of n*ffi.who haw made theihtstorr .of the. s4ate\,aaqre^g^t^BSK ^gEe )t< I niK^^^niW heraf ?psi ^ j^j^ i^^^^ I isWahai nponana pti,e? etuii? I 1 iggVit % thib?aaprr afet*a stat*^ ' owpsaoy *f Aba* Ol Gaftdiw. ?waa i ^yj^ : rVMS^edtt; inisef,K OP the south face i* this...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

? Bleckle1 TWO HIttTORW DOCUMENTS ii '?<& __ Wntfe HeniPtoo'H Kloqumt B^ply to ?horman'? jaraneas Letter. ( . Tim following . correspondence be tween General Sherman, the modern Duke of Alva, and General Wade Hampton should be of interest to the ?urUng ??cn, not only of the So'itii, but ejxhe North aa well. It ahowa some fi? Olag or the firm and desperate deter mination of the Confederate soldiers ^P^tt protect the honor of the Southern even at the risk of wax to the jKhe Incident to which allusion is m > % m General Hampton in thia corres ?Bndeuce was an outrage committed fi Feaatervllle by a lieutenant In ?? merman's army, who was soon after Hards shot for lt He killed the father of tho house sod the outrage which allowed left the daughter a white ;>;...' Raired imbecile. S&t ls because of outragea like thia Sat Southern man cannot understand iiy some Northern people greet the uthern guests with the air. "March, t Through Georgia.'* They aeem to ink lt appropriate...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

? ; _. _ ? y-_ '_. _?_._, _ ' . 1861 I ra%r I Special Reunion Nuniber, Complimentary to the U. C. V. ,Z I 1914 ? ?minni ?p?nr i??^?^??MjL<?MmtM?wiwi m IIIIIIMII WMMKWMMHWMMWPW??!?? ?WWW--M IIIIIIII ---?.ia-n- i LI ???????^?????^?r^..-.??mn M.?, i II .?.i .T--?- liai II* S'helnrtersowi&iliijInTelliQmccr 11 1.??.' ? ' ? ?-j-'----" 1 ?? ??-' ' ?? " " 1 " ? ? ------ -" ? VOL. 1, NO. 111. Weeklr, Established 1800; Dully, Jan. IS, 1914. ANDERSCH. S. C.,TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM 1861 SECTION ONE Special Reunion Nunift^ to the V. C. V. PAGES 1 to 8 1914 VOL. 1, NO. 111. Weekly, EwUbllshed I860; PaJlr,Jaa. 18, 191?. ANDERSON. S. C, DAY MOANING, MAY 26, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM Contained this sentence: ?When Your I ?IS Have Some ? We comwiciid it to you* ^ ggure that it will appeal ing. Ii- it ?oes. the m s connection wc H. G. Anderson, L. E. Dean, J. A. Hall, T. W. McCarley, UJ W.L.Brisaey, W. C. Fant, B. A. Henry, M. D., Tho?. H. R?...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

'--"j. iby th? late Col. .las, A.;lioyJ.) I*pnveljlng nn.l dedication of the m.'.. ni in Un- Cblckaraauga battle* C#h)eh south ? .-ii. ri ii,;, u erect/ _ her ?Olm who fougiit and who dli? Ou timi histor!.. sprit ?Ul luke .MM- May -ll, liidi. TU? dut? wax arranged HO that ta> veterana, Hon? and Others geing to the Memphis re iih?0b, cjuld -easily ?top over and take part. The ChK-Uatiiauga eommlHHloa h?tend Cirougb tbc prow ortho 3tatK a oofdial invitation tn all thc ntl ii#?n? of Som h Carolina to Join In tho Jiiont inion-s iw and Interesting <or f motiles. For the : convenient;?' ot Veterans Roba, the 8tate volunteer troops und *Utcitlr.enH attending th? Southern ftllw?y han made sp?cial arrungo hJHhia and thlx route will be the of ?lCl?l foute. They will announce the tutea Of leaving various points and rettie, T.h? official train will he run down Ile .tallou, near the baitlotleld, .'ipout a half mlle from the Hite t. South Carolina monument, and the.distance can be eaally wa...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

-I--^-^ GOCA COLA shou ed by its nam< Otherwise, you substitute off all for the Best Coca-Cola I riful enterprise *^ drink just as i 9". * .. w\ ??i ^"omoare them wi there's nolie li Only the Origin you. It's wi Like the Old Ti Best. Amazingly goad, thing else. ,W?e Pro ? mi the Original, call I it nick-names, to c . r.'nii .? . . " .5 -? .fa lld always be call in a y have some ered you. -say it plainly s try to make a ?odd. i I^IJ -1 ... th G0GA-COLA ijke?t* tal should satisfy lier. ?ie! Religion -It's ? If ? . m Dq?ii't accept any -.?..?a ?J* Issn For People T T W T" T T' u - ? 1 for it lo so E When'that burr that drives most mc got to< ofter those1 of a,reasori f?r'yo?r to name, when most e drink, pfworld-wid name if y?u d?n't s thing; tell you that then those fleeting' good. .Men will t would make it if t It's a drink for e Kiddies too, fills a to cheer you lip; w t?re use'discretion lame; drinkX?CO and say it plain. ?Jm ? ?liilHilllll I ll Illili iihg*thMt a&?fls> ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

T? RB Information of Care This is the most complote list of the governors of South Carolina ever pub lished, and is the first lint ever pub lished, so far aa I know, of thc lieu tenant governors. It ia furthermore distinctive in that I do not ask any one to toke lt on full h. the citation of the authority for every ?talement ia explicity given. For this reason I hope it may be of value to historical 'students. The list taken from Mc Crady's history is substantially cor rect though there are some minor in accuracies, as lie himself indicates at another place. Lack of time prevented my going to tho sourceB for these 2", governors, but, for the convenience of readers. I insert them. In saying a governor before the civil War was elected (on December 10, e. g.,) I name the day on which he was declared elected, though occasionally tbs voting may have been a day or so previous, President, Vice President, Governors, "Lieutenant Governors, Deputy Gov ernors and Acting Governors of South Caro...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

?V ? .m mw iB-a-n-|riW*gg I I $ ?' . ' ' '"" " ' " Bggg 80 (40) 1850-1852. John H. Means tor Fairfield, governor. Jeab.ua John Ward. ^Lieutenant governor. Both ctecied ULT. 13, ia o?. H. Ol K. Jour. i 1850, 147, 148. 81. (41) 1852-1854. John L. Manning of Clarendon, governor.. James H. Irby lieutenant governor. Both elect ed Dec. 9, 1852. H. of Th Jour. 1852, 189. 82 (42) 1854-1856. James H. Adams of Richland, governor, R. poTre ville lieutenant governor. Both elected De"., ll, 1854. H. of R. Jour. 1864, 121, 1.13. 83. i?2> 1856-1858. It. W. All ston of Georgetown, governor. I Gab riel Canno, lieutenant governor. oBth elected Dec. 9, 18.'6. H. of R. Jour. 1856. 166. 167. 84. (44) 1858-1860. William H. Gist of Union, governor. Sleeted Dec. 10, 1858. M. M. Carn, lieutenant gover V nor. Elected Dec. ll, 1858. H. or R. Jour. 1858, 181, 193. 85. (45) 1860-1862. Fi ancla W. Bickens of EdgeOeld, governor. W. W. Harlted Dec. 14, 1860. Senate Jour nal 1860. 97. 102. 86. (46) 18621864; Mtl...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

Add Y --III fill Isaac H &Sons $20; $2! vis Opposed ? Measure Because : to Place Upon Pc H?^hjght to Ma i'or The Observer, k???fefson Davis ead Hebert Toomba were ?v?o o? the most distinguished men why acted their part la the great x ai public affaira dMrlng:tho last fifty years. Tn the shmtter of 18T0. I jaw th?se tv,-? men'?rt ilte Greenbriar , m.iV --brinks, aird IteaVd'thcm ??vaa 'fhkelftftte by the,, f-ouri ? t?o! brilliancy of tho tonv^rsa'lloa >t ToombsT ;h;and 'would with ? ?tobe?y trop: At?s. with o,, l?ddy Jc^ptetkm tnaT??Jlvo l?t.good., 1hMt?1&*3i'- .' io tobst honest ?nd ?'G thst. ! . '^SS?L^B?1 ch.* Ho' walked ;i ace foti us th i .<ityg d??r. .thfletldbarked ail.' P.ICJI ?.'j'vglHr1^)Hr' as kat ind'. jtn brave ^'6n the warpath," 1, Hid ??a i : "'Ho,)? tho jhost fcrece ral manri h?B"% t?dn^^(?'?tr^wm < i tho StilngV aa l?oinco: II? vwa? JNL^HHHIIHZ? ?? '?sr*?if? and' as I, ni?Tejgfac?fiil ]?ud more. nil. i tired. sMsTlMft ^?W1 aS, tedder III. IjOli city....

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

Adi ^^^^^ I Isaac! &Soiu j ' 1 $20 $S -r rvUnfea monutnr^ ?^?|b? fbu|i.- > - ,jg^?>rT ...... , _ ,' Oppuscu Measure BecHusi ti?- \t> -itjt'ci ; ? : . . . to Place Upon P -H?-O?gbt to Mi HHM^# Tho Obsorvor. 1 lavis and Unhurt Toomba -va of tho most distinguished ?;d their part In the,great of publicarfftirs during tho last Hy yean. Ste the summer of I8T0, i tte wi si m ^^HfeJg'h 'aaa 'tyottld ? '.willi 11 cjoa?ly ] ila;facie, with a VdM^Hq'?t.gOO?l, iost honest and that I' va^^. i'ete^J^'?prlng)- as "Ho 1?.tho most greco-, ftfJK^W?jBpV'Firwm jfiUt?h' as ftom?d! .Ho Hy. aa"kfaht? and UH. .-....:^?ft*,:-VTP|? kneing hfm Ir/'l : rr?T>jtrf is?P. "Wy td*f?rd: "W e^fuienof*n 1 1 lamberger s Clothing 5250 $25 ! AND Ol..-r ^? _ /^AMUAMM^iy B He Didn't4* Propose os teri ty a Fight That ike Himself." 'i1. j1 . . 1 Hps, that ho vii a hero, a patriot and ? a groat mun. Dating the matty conversations I hoard from Toomba;'whllo he was blt tor and' flory in his'denunciation of men a...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

thing about oilltarx.jdiacii?\?nfc. He ?aid, "Genera!, 5 ou hare- been tim rash; you will be ?rsesfied:" Toomba replied be thought BO toe. A raw dey? after, he waa summoned to General Johnston's tent to attend a counsel of var and lt anas neiioad.- that, he - waa the only brtaadter in tb? corrine!, ir ? Johnston afterwads remarked that Toombs wan the biggest and the brav est man lu the Confederacy. longstreet heard of Toomba mak ing stump speeches to the-army, re ferring in- anything but complimen tary terms, to; his commander and be ordered him- under arrest. He after wards said that Toomba had the kind ling eye and. rare genius ot a soldier, sad that if be had had military disci pline he would' have made a great sol. dler.? Now here was praise from two mun whom Toombs bad severely criticised, yet they were big enough to accord him proper credit Xor his merit.. In thia day of pigmies> if you differ from them, they-cry out crucify bim. Hie speech in the-Senate ia: defense of net....

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

taint; ?bout ?ptitfarv dltrlnllnr Ke .aid, "Genera!, you hare been tao rash; you will he arrested." Toomba repiten be thought bo too. A row days .Aar, he araa summoned to General Johnston's^tent to attend a counsel of war and ii was satined thal he was the only brigadcer lb the counsel, and Jot aston stterwads remarked that Toomba was ftc biggest and the brav, est man in toe Confederacy. locs?tr?pt fc?srd cf It-ssst?. bak ing stump speeches to the-army, re ferring in. anything but complimen tary terms, to; his commander and he ordered him- under arrest. He after wards said that Toomba had the kind ling eye and. rare genius of a soldier, sud that If he-had had military disci pline he would: hare made a great sol. dier. . Kow here was praise from two mea whom Toomba had severely criticised, Viet they were big enough to accord him proper credit Xor his merit., ia this day of pigmies, if you differ from them, they' cry out crucify him. His speech in the-Senate lp: defense of set. cessio...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

i!lllllll!!!i?!i;::illllllll!ll?!ii:i!llli:illll!!lll ACCURACY, FRESH THE VA THIS business has gi step in every m Complete Stocks. One cines and Sundries, am We have the most teed and the price rig! "Accuracy" Not Enough. SAYS THE EVANS KID. Accuracy in comp mnding of a prescrip tion is not enough. Mere accuracy may mean very little, or it niay mean a lot, depending upon cir ' cumstances. A prescription that is compounded ac curately as faf as weights and measures are concerned may he useless. Par ticularly ls this true where stale drugs are used. Our stock is constantly on the move. lt cannot grow stale on our shelves because of the volume of our prescription business. Come here with your next prescription and get it filled acurately with fresh, strong, po tent drugs. Our prices are very reasonable consist ent with quality. We call for and de liver your orders. ?== -Kodak Department. al our Store No. 2. Full line of Eastman Kodaks, Brownies, Premos and Graflex Cameras, $i.oo to soS...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

SECTION I * FO?R i I Reunion Number, Complimentary io the V. C. V. PAGES 25 to 32 1914 meet VOL. 1, NO. 111. .... - Weekly, EtU0?U?hea 1800; Daily, JflB.lt, lill. ANDERSON, S. C.,TUESDAY MORNING, MAY<?6\ 1914. OnV s Kl MoKDireps Riffles EWOE PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM For ssTh<s Eimteffigeiffic?^ Ey ih? OH Cornftry Lady $, ANDERSON CITY B. L. BARNETT-Began service at tho first outbreak, Joining company F, Second South Carolina Rifles, remain ed tn service three years and twenty days, had fever in Richmond, Va., and i met with one wound from the effects of which he suffers today. - Mr. Bar nett's war trials are so very interest ing that ene sever tires ' of hearing them. He lolls them tn such a pleas ant frame of mind-but a cloud came over his face when be spoke of the battle near Spotsylvania where seven hundred men were killed on one acre of ground. J. A. BROCK-Volunteered io com pany G, Second South Carolina re serves. Doing guard duty in Columbia over 1,400 prisoners;...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

We unde knocked on mottling ycl lockedV Ai tory. The is your pri1 old town u] side out wi and songs, as you see f| minute of pleasant, sd memory wi] witt with U! ^nden honored wi] boys5 and Rem?ni? J Number of the The Anderson inj ^^tfjEbV-Vplunicorod.in Com K.' Orr's' Rifles; served f,our B?'^sa' wounded once. Fought'in ^X^?wM^.S?t'?les and surrend ** '-A?oMttbx, Mr. Guinea is k^'.botne four miles east of ft TP'?to. a very feeble pld mah. I not attbiid the reuni?n. Thia ?s^Bjf will bring sorrow to many of lils old comrades. ?oh dB . A. ?ALLAim-Calho?n., Ander ??oJflMR'1er veil ia Company A. Lu MUfllibn. Rhett's brigade. Waa "so war the whole terni of four UaUIe , or Smltncld, . .ii.' a ?ii i: ?nor and was o time nf til. ..il tard' was .wounded 'fl^lch today gives T> atm tte' ls'scarcWvJ was' n good today a good, peaceable i??r'ilco In na '.'av m to make urif>r and tftie old labnwo to knbtf fh?? . Iii nt his homo three miles west or Rone? Path. B^H^H^rmimp nt, i'?.i?o !:. fmls...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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